Early Victorian Sterling Snake Ring
A whimsical snake ring from the Early Victorian (ca1872) era! Crafted in sterling silver, this snake coils around the wearer's finger, its head resting gently with beaded silver eyes and a slightly ajar mouth. The inside of the ring displays an anchor indicating its assay in Birmingham, and a lion passant indicating its craft in .925 silver, and an "r" indicating its craft in 1872. This snake ring is perfect for any serpent lover!
Measurements: The ring fits a finger size of approximately 6 1/2.
Condition: The ring is overall in excellent condition. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the sterling silver setting. A hallmark inside of the band looks to have been removed, but this does not negatively impact the ring.